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Marilyn Kenick

Marilyn Kenick

Wednesday, October 8th, 1958 - Sunday, December 13th, 2020
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KENICK, Marilyn, age 62, of Waterford Twp., NJ., passed away on December 13, 2020. She was born in Camden, NJ on October 8, 1958 to the late Walter and Evelyn (Prince) Kenick. Marilyn enjoyed gardening, pets, family, friends and nature. Marilyn was a Quality Assurance Advisor at Astra Zeneca were she enjoyed her associates and assuring cGMP compliance with pharmaceutical manufacturing. She had been a member of the Philadelphia Cactus and Succulent Society and had participated in the Philadelphia Flower Show. Her passion in life was always plants and animals. She was the beloved fiancée of Brian Oravsky, Sr., and is also survived by her mother, Evelyn, brother, Gary, sister-in-law, Lori, and nieces, Zoie and Rachel. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Animal Orphanage, 419 Cooper Rd, Voorhees, NJ 08043 would be appreciated by Marilyn's loved ones. All services were privately held by Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Avenue, Garfield, NJ (973-340-7077). Condolences visit aloiafuneral.com
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Posted at 09:04pm
Marilyn was one of the most caring people around. Despite all she was dealing with recently, she still took the time to show great concern for my mom and give us advice as to handle her health issues. We had a lot of fun growing up as cousins and were young bystanders to the crazy holidays at my great grandfather's. It was always special for my sister and I to spend time with Marilyn and Gary on those holidays.
She was such a caring person who always put her family first - she will be greatly missed. Prayers for Aunt Evelyn, Gary, Lori, Brian and all of her loved ones and friends.

Sheila I. Rodriguez

Posted at 08:29am
Marilyn was very kind to me and to my family. She was always looking after us and genuinely happy when I shared with her good news about my children or my parents. I am going to missed her. I am grateful that I met her and worked with her. Not because we were in the same team but because we were really colleagues. My real friend and biggest fan. Thank you Marilyn! My condolences for the family.

Jennifer Shelley

Posted at 06:24pm
One time, many years ago, Marilyn and I were driving back to work after having lunch. She was driving. Right as we were about to get onto Route 70, she stopped, jumped out of the car and returned in holding a little bird in her hand. She caught sight of it as she was driving-- she said she didn't like the way it was hopping. So she dropped me at work and drove off-- one handed-- to take the bird to Cedar Run for rehab. That's who she was, and there will never be anyone else like her. I am so grateful to have had her as a friend. My condolences to the family; she will be missed.

Ryan Popek

Posted at 04:28pm
Marilyn was one of the most kind and generous persons I've ever met. She was always a pleasure to talk to, and I cannot believe she's gone. I wish her family best, and I'm grateful that I was able to call her a friend.

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